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Academic Article Differing neurophysiologic mechanosensory input from glabrous and hairy skin in juvenile rats.
Academic Article Developmental differences in peripheral glabrous skin mechanosensory nerve receptive field and intracellular electrophysiologic properties: phenotypic characterization in infant and juvenile rats.
Academic Article Skin incision-induced receptive field responses of mechanosensitive peripheral neurons are developmentally regulated in the rat.
Concept Ganglia, Spinal
Academic Article Fast-conducting mechanoreceptors contribute to withdrawal behavior in normal and nerve injured rats.
Academic Article Nerve injury induces a new profile of tactile and mechanical nociceptor input from undamaged peripheral afferents.
Academic Article Mechanical sensibility of nociceptive and non-nociceptive fast-conducting afferents is modulated by skin temperature.
Academic Article Myelinated skin sensory neurons project extensively throughout adult mouse substantia gelatinosa.
Academic Article Physiological properties of mouse skin sensory neurons recorded intracellularly in vivo: temperature effects on somal membrane properties.
Academic Article Post-discharge hyperpolarization is an endogenous modulatory factor limiting input from fast-conducting nociceptors (AHTMRs).
Academic Article Peripheral oxytocin restores light touch and nociceptor sensory afferents towards normal after nerve injury.
Academic Article Tachykinins modulate nociceptive responsiveness and sensitization: In vivo electrical characterization of primary sensory neurons in tachykinin knockout (Tac1 KO) mice.
Academic Article Nociceptive input after peripheral nerve injury results in cognitive impairment and alterations in primary afferent physiology in rats.

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